Adam Stone has decided to move on from St. Thomas. We thank him for all of his efforts developing the Adult Sailing Program at the Club.
We are excited to introduce the new instructor Forrest Hardy.
Forrest comes to us via the Mystic Seaport Community Sailing Center in Mystic Connecticut where he taught beginners through advanced sailors. Forrest also has experience teaching the US Sailing Basic Keel Boat Coarse.
Please follow the links for more information.
Consent Form (here)
Registration form (here)
Private Lesson form (here)
In the absence of a tennis playing event director JP and I have agreed co-chair this year's tournament. We have rescheduled the event to May 26-30 (Memorial Day Weekend) to give everyone enough time to prepare. We are excited to say that Choice is on board with the date switch and hope that with your support we can pull together a great weekend of tennis!
Lets meet this Wednesday and get the ball rolling. Many hands make light work and there are a lot of small pieces that make this event wonderful. I've learned a lot about tennis over the last few weeks and this event has a great reputation.
We hope to see you:
Wednesday January 6th at 5:30 at the STYC
If you can't make it but would like to help please be in touch! We need all the help we can get!
Margo & JP
A beautiful day for sailing..
5 IC24's and one big monohull (Wild Ting) along with 4 beachcats racing around the James Islands..
1st place CHris Rosenberg on Bill T
2nd place Kurt Nose on Ice 3
3rd place JP Montague on Boat Drinks
4th place Mike Williams on Red Dog
Apparently there was a great celebration this year for New Years and many navigators were handicapped still.. No other boats completed the course correctly or finished..